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there is severe weather massillon, canton, you see the box. that's our target zone right here. the severe thunderstorm warning until 7:00. it does involve some very big cities. so this is a big box. we've been watching this series of a couple of cells move through. most of the other cells still contain stronger storms, but at this point taking a look from cuyahoga falls all the way down to north canton. all the way it north benton and knox all seeing heavy rain. the lightning tracker is active and you can see this is definitely a light show. we've gotten phone calls the last couple of hours talking about the thunder as the storms were coming through. i put a tracker on it, but at this point so many of these areas were soaked by earlier storms, slow-moving storms i should say, that some of columbiana are under a flood warning, because they've seen over 2 inches of rain. next cell just south of there, out of the box carrollton,
cleveland area, though, actually looking okay. some light rain showers around. still hot, it still steamy. a lot of these are going to start fizzling out. heat index up towards 100 this afternoon. we'll start seeing some cooler relief, harry, as we go through the next couple of days. i'll explain that coming up. >> harry: that sounds great. you can also track the latest conditions for the week ahead with the cleveland 19 news first alert weather app for your smartphone or your tablet. 2-year-old girl from chippewa township and her grandmother are safe, but die looking for the girl's mother. the wayne county sheriff posted this picture on his facebook page, all three were reported missing late saturday night by the family. the woman has an outstanding warrant for her arrest. >> the investigation continues in solon. a traffic accident led to a deadly shooting and police are trying to make sense of it all. our denise zarrella with the follow-up. >> reporter: southeast harley-davidson on aurora road in bedford heights. we got here just as employees
this place was closed on saturday after a co-worker was killed here at the intersection of solon and richmond roads. first, there was an accident where police say a 29-year-old man from north ridgeville ran a will red light, hitting 53-year-old deborah pearl's car. police say then for some reason that man grabbed a shotgun and shot pearl. >> all i saw was her door open. and i'm thinking, wow, was she trying to get out of her car, is you know, what happened? >> reporter: pearl's husband told people on the scene his wife was on her way to work here at the diner inside the harley-davidson dealership. >> a man pulls up and comes to the tape next to us and he starts breaking down crying and we were like, sir, are you okay. and he said "that is my wife's car, she was on her way to work this morning."
he left. >> reporter: co-workers here were so stunned they said they couldn't be interviewed on camera. a manager told me that debby, as he called her, was everyone's morning coffee. meaning she was the person everyone chatted with to start their day. she'd worked here about two years, according to that same manager. that 29-year-old suspect is still not being named and there's no word on a possible motive. police tell me we should know more tomorrow when the suspect is formay we're asking questions and getting answers at the justice center, denise zarrella, cleveland 19. >> harry: denise, thank you. the 29-year-old suspect is behind bars until he appears in court tomorrow. but the family of deborah is speaking out on a local radio show. shanice dunning is live in cleveland with the details. the family must be heartbroken, shanice? >> reporter: yes, harry, this family is devastated. we can all understand that with the situation here.
family members just did an interview on art mccoy, the community activist, just did an interview on his radio show. and during that time, she talked about how her family is coping and why they believe that this may have been a hate crime. it was a very emotional interview. take a listen to what she said. >> i can't even digest this. you know, my family can't digest it. i went to church, i asked the question why, how, i'm like so angry. i'm angry because he did not have to kill her. there wasn't a reason to kill her. he was on a mission. all i keep thinking he was on a mission. >> reporter: it's been very emotional for family, because when they initially heard about the accident, they had a sigh of real estate leaf thinking that, you know, she had survived a car accident and then they found out about the second part with that shooting, so definitely a tough
and a large family of loved ones. we'll have more on this story coming up at 9:00 andless. for right now getting answers in cleveland, shanice dunning, cleveland 19 news. >> harry: thank you, shanice. a water rescue last night in the flats area of cleveland. it was breaking news last night at 11:00. police say an intoxicated woman fell off a boat and into the river. it happened out of shooters. the woman was checked out at metro. cleveland police also investigating a series of shootings. the gunfire was on east 40th a man was hit in the leg or ankle each time. at this time there's no reason to believe the shootings are related. a lorain county man is behind bars for attempted murder. jonathan mccann is accused of stabbing his live-in girlfriend. he attacked her at their home. and she was being treated at metro. a devastating fire last night in portage county.
was destroyed. there were no nearby fire hydrants in the area. ten other departments assisted with manpower and water tankers. no one was home at the time. the cause of the fire is under investigation. this was the fourth annual walk for recovery in parma heights. the mother of three former addicts started this event, to let others know they're not alone. there was also information on detox and rehab facilities, plus mar >> just over ten weeks until the presidential election and both sides are defending positions on certain issues. wendy gillette is covering campaign 2016. >> reporter: donald trump's campaign manager told john dickerson on cbs' "face the nation" the republican presidential nominee has not changed his stance on undocumented immigrants. >> first, there's still no amnesty. secondly, he's building that wall. that has been the centerpiece of
immigration vision from the beginning and it has not changed one inch. >> reporter: what has seemingly changed is trump's position on what will happen to an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants, currently living in the u.s. trump's original plan laid out in november called for a deportation force to help send them out of the country. but in recent days his campaign team has talked about what they've called a more humane approach. they say trump's views have not shifted. >> what you heard him describe american way was a mechanism, not a policy. i mean, you're going to hear more detail in the next two weeks. other on the democratic side, the chair of the party defended hillary clinton, after trump called her a bigot last week. >> donald trump has not held an event in the black community. he's not gone to a black church, as hillary clinton has done. >> reporter: the democratic presidential nominee spent the day fundraising in the hamptons,
wendygy let -- gillette for cbs news, new york. >> trump has a campaign event scheduled in new york city. a highway billboard is turning heads in texas. it shows a screaming donald trump, a scowling hillary clinton and austin-area realtor added the tag line and it reads, quote, leaving the country after the election, we will sell your home. pokemon go players all across northeast ohio are converging on a christmas story house her the movie landmark home is hosting a huge party. players had to buy a ticket, take the tour and collect rare pokemon and the team controlling the game in the end was declared the winner. the roar of motorcycles in northfield. more than 5,000 cycles started up all at once. organizers hope to get a new
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areas of kansas city this weekend. the water is slowly coming down, but more rain is expected tomorrow. a live look right now at the cleveland 19 news first alert radar. we continue to track possible pop-up thunderstorms. beth mcleod updates the forecast in just a few minutes. police have made two arrests in chicago for the deadly shooting friday of nba star dwyane wade's cousin. two brothers are in custody facing murder charges. and police call both career nykea aldridge was shot and killed pushing a stroller. police say she was a bystander and not the intended target. now a cleveland 19 news consumer alert. general motors is recalling nearly 368,000 vehicles. the recall is for a 2013 chevrolet equinox and gmc terrain. a defective part could prevent the windshield wipers from working. call your local dealer with any questions. the weekend may be getting
reports claim it plans to experiment with a 30-hour workweek. monday through friday from 10:0x hours. amazon says it is hoping to improve the work/life balance. >> beth: so we've been dealing with rounds of thunderstorms coming through the area. ironically downtown cleveland and most of the east side have been dry all afternoon. still watching this little icon represents hail. it is now new baltimore, marlboro. you can definitely see still quite active. the deep reds heavy, soaking rains. some areas upwards of 2 inches of rain has come down just in some of these storms going through big winds, bringing down some small trees out there. the severe thunderstorm warning in effect for portage, stark and parts of mahoning county until 7:00. but, you know, mother nature doesn't always agree with those. a little heads up. let's take a look at what's currently happening.
lewisville you're getting hammered right now. middle branch you're coming out of it. yet the people still down towards carrollton, just starting to begin. you're just on the edge of the more severe weather and the heavier downpours. right in the middle of it. heading up towards youngstown and salem, you can see a line of storms just slowly moving. 30 miles an hour. but yet cleveland, and points towards the east side and lake county, doing okay. hot, steamy, some light rain showers out towards lak south euclid, downtown area remains dry. but we're not done yet. that's just one round of storms that is continuing to move towards the southeast. we have another round that is yet to come into our area. out towards defiance. just right along the michigan/ohio border. i put a timer on this, because tracking this could be a little interesting, because we're going to start losing some of the heat of the day. things are going to start fizzling. you can see sandusky, that got socked right around 3:30 this afternoon. might get socked again with this
drop to the south as well. overall we're going to start seeing some of these fade and push out towards the southeast. here's the second line i was just telling you about. ultimately this all starts sinking to the south and then it brings us more sunshine and less humidity. hey, we made it to another 80-degree day today. the humidity still going to be there. but the storms first. so future view for this evening, in case you're heading out. these storms out towards akron-canton are a little ahead of future future view catches up. they're falling towards the southeast at about 30 miles per hour. so in case you're thinking of going out to eat, just give it a little bit. it will be out of town, at least the first round. the second round will be shortly followed, but should be sandusky and mansfield related. current temperatures it's hot out there. 82 degrees in lake county. 76 where they're seeing rain in canton. yes, sandusky that saw the rain earlier, heated right back up
comfortable sleeping weather. we'll be dealing with the storms and storm et -- threat. quiet and still on the warm side. most areas along the lakeshore only falling down to about 68 degrees, if they're lucky. tomorrow morning, because of the rain, if you've got rain, you'll probably be dealing with a foggy start. but ultimately by about lunchtime, we'll see lots of sunshine. 83 degrees is a little more comfortable. although the humidity levels still going to be a little on the thick side, it's not going to be anything like today. tuesday more relief, sunshine still in the 80s. mark, the transition day will be wednesday. a little cooler temperatures, but it sets the stage for a gorgeous lead-in. >> mark: i like the dog with the microphone. can we go back to the big puppy with the mic. straight ahead, the indians had a chance for a big 9th inning in a game they wanted to win.
fourth inning, he god traited to texas, put them up 2-0. sixth inning, tribe gets on the board. 2-1 went the score. ninth inning, where this thing came down to. tyler struck out and then amonte on a 2-0 count. sam dyson really struggled that inning throwing strikes. popping it into the game. 2-1. derek holland shut down the tribe going six, allowing only the run -- one run. >> would repeat two, three, times in a row and we seemed like we were still looking for fast balls and kept us off balance until the last inning. to me we had a few chances and gomes made a nice play. we didn't have a ton of chances.
you know, statistically you can look at stuff, but i just think every game is totally different. you know, one day it's a right hander throwing two, it's a left hander with change. that's why i don't look back and group it together. >> mark: all right. tigers were taking on the angels today. fifth inning, jeffrey put the halos up with a two-run shot. it was 2-0. move to the 6th, they'd get more. nick bus bag. to bring home another run. it was 5-0 tigers. then in the 9th, martinez bounced out to short to end it. so the halos win it 5-0. the tigers remain four and a half back of the indians in the central division. browns players off today, they'll practice tomorrow in berea. the final preseason game thursday against chicago down at the stadium. football today. chargers and vikings. hey, melvin gordon making a play. hasn't done this since he was at
second quarter, kyle rudolph hauling this one inside the 10. he found the end zone. that put the vikings up 12-10. the vike was pour it on kind of, you know, in a weird way. patterson, might be the first play the guy has made in like 1,000 years, recovering a fumble in the end zone. final round of the barclays, pa rick reed won by a stroke. he was at 1-under for the day and a nine-under. reed bogeyed two of the last three holes to make it interesting. tribe, in case you're wondering, back home tomorrow to play minnesota. they're terrible 32 under .500. they've given the indians fits this year. yeah. still in first place. don't freak out.
area will expire at the top of the hour. that doesn't mean the storms necessarily go away. there are some areas if you're heading out tonight, new baltimore in particular, saw upwards of over 2 inches of rain. so a little heads up driving out in the next half hour. >> harry: lrt. well, thanks for watching tonight. cleveland 19 continues at 11:00. we're also on at 9:00, c.l.e. 43. have a great day northeast ohio. donald trump facing new criticism - he appeared to mock a reporter
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